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		<title>Usage of common libraries</title>
		<author><firstname>Václav</firstname><surname>Kubart</surname></author>
		<abstract><para>Installation and usage of common libraries.
		</para></abstract>
	</bookinfo>

<chapter><title>Introduction</title>

<section><title>About</title>
<para>Common libraries are originaly determined for usage with SER - as a
collection of useful functions which are not present in the SER's code. 
But as the time goes it seems to be good to make them usable without SER too, 
at least for testing parts of SER modules and thus it is possible to use 
them alone now.</para>
</section>

<section id="lib.dependencies"><title>Dependencies</title>
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for others because it offers useful common functions and data structures used by
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<section><title>libxcap dependencies</title>
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</chapter>

<chapter><title>Installation and usage</title>

<para>Before installation is needed to install external libraries according to
<link linkend="lib.dependencies">dependencies</link>.
</para>

<section id="lib.usage-ser"><title>Usage with SIP Express Router</title>

<para>These libraries are distributed together with SER, but they are not
compiled together with other SER code. They must be compiled separately, before
compiling SER modules which use them.
</para>

<para>There is standalone makefile for compilation with SER named
<filename>Makefile.ser</filename>.</para>

<section><title>Installation steps</title>
<para>There is an example of steps which need to be done while installing SER
with these libraries into directory /base/ser/directory (if no directory specified - 
no prefix parameter given - default value is used: /usr/local/)
<orderedlist>
	<listitem><para>Download current ser sources:</para>
	<para><userinput>cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@cvs.berlios.de:/cvsroot/ser checkout sip_router</userinput>
	</para></listitem>

	<listitem><para>Compile and install libraries for usage with SER:</para>
	<para><userinput>cd sip_router/lib</userinput></para>
	<para><userinput>make -f Makefile.ser install prefix=/base/ser/directory</userinput></para>
	</listitem>

	<listitem><para>Compile and install SER</para>
	<para><userinput>cd ..</userinput></para>
	<para><userinput>make install prefix=/base/ser/directory</userinput></para>
	</listitem>
</orderedlist>
</para>
</section><!-- installation steps (with SER) -->

<section><title>Running SER</title>
<para>Linker used for dynamic linking must know, where to find these libraries.
This may be done by setting <varname>LD_LIBRARY_PATH</varname> before
startup.</para>
<para><userinput>export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/base/ser/directory/lib/ser</userinput></para>
<para><userinput>/base/ser/directory/sbin/ser -f /base/ser/directory/etc/ser/ser.cfg</userinput></para>
</section> <!-- running SER -->

</section> <!-- installation with SER -->

</chapter>

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